Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis has warned his team not to lose its focus ahead of two very important games to finish the season.
The Naples outfit travel to Bologna on Sunday before ending the campaign at home to Siena.
Wednesday's 2-0 triumph over Palermo kept Napoli in third place - a position good enough to qualify for next season's Champions League.
Udinese, who are fourth and level on 58 points with Napoli, conclude their campaign against Genoa and Catania.
"Destiny is in our hands and we cannot get distracted," De Laurentiis said to Gazzetta dello Sport. "The league is tight but I know the motivations of my players will be high on Sunday.
"I hope to see a lot of our fans in Bologna as we need their support. We will have to be at our best because it will not be a walk in the park to bring home three points on Sunday."
Walter Mazzarri's side will be looking to maintain their impressive recent form when they travel to the Renato Dall' Ara stadium.
The azzurri have won three of their last four league games, drawing the other, and conceded just twice during that run.
Opponents Bologna lie in mid-table security with nothing much to play for.
Wednesday's 1-0 triumph at Catania was Bologna's 12th win of the campaign and lifted the Rossoblu to ninth place.
Stefano Pioli's side are now unbeaten in six games while they have lost just twice at home this year.
The hosts will have to overcome the absence of defender Daniele Portanova and midfielders Panagiotis Kone and Gaston Ramirez, with all three banned for this weekend after picking up too many yellow cards.
The visitors welcome back defender Hugo Campagnaro and Miguel Angel Britos while defender Federico Fernandez is suspended.